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in a tactical environment, you figure out where your subject or suspect, you make a tactical entrance and deploy in a planned matter. this wasn't that kind of thing. this was a kind of thing where they were engaged in a firefight, they call for help, and help comes from whatever direction it comes from. if you take officer dick donahue and his partner, they end up on one side of the street, many of the other officers came from the other direction end up on the other side of the street. so that's right for the possibility of cross fire. it's entirely possible he was hit by friendly fire or by one of tamerlan tsarnaev's bullets. but the bullet is still in his leg so until the doctors decide there is a time to take that out, we won't really know. >> john miller, appreciate you being on. thanks. >> thanks. >>> we'll have more from here in boston just ahead. also, new details from the ariel castro investigation. more evidence was taken from the house where he allegedly held three women captive for close to a decade. we're also learning more about what the women may have endured. >>> also ahead tonigh
grenades. that is a scene of enormous chaos, in a normal environment, you figure out where the suspect is, you come in from one direction, you deploy it in a planned matter. this was not that kind of thing. this is the kind of thing where they were engaged in a firefight, called for help. and help comes from whatever direction it comes from. so if you take officer dick donohue and his partner, they end up on one side of the street, the others on the other side of the street. that is right for the possibility of cross-fire. it is possible he was hit by friendly fire or by one of tamerlan tsarnaev's bullets. but the bullet is still in his leg. until the doctors decide there is a time to take it out we wouldn't really know. >> john miller, appreciate you being on, thank you. >> thank you. >> we're going to have more from here in boston, just ahead. also new details in the ariel castro investigation. more information was taken from the house where he allegedly held three captive for more than ten years, and also what the women endured. she lost her foot, part of her lower left leg in the bost
environment with shifting information, at the same time to protect the integrity of the investigation that was going to happen to ensure we brought justice to the people who committed this heinous act. >> the phone record for the a.p. is an issue. the attorney general will stand by the white house fully? >> the president has faith in attorney general holder. our cardinal rule is we don't get involved in independent investigations and this one of those. as a johnson principles, there are two things important we want to balance. one, national security leaks are dangerous. people that put the lives of our intelligence officers, our military at risk. but, two, we have to do it in a way in a balances freedom of press, which is why the president called on congress to pass the media shield law. >> i wonder if the message to congress is put up or shut up. if you're going to criticize me for not being involved, why don't you put up a law that better protects journalists. >> the president has wand this law for years, there's been republican opposition to it it. they've fierce advocacy of the pr
environment, big cosmopolitan cities. >> reporter: the transportation minister plans to throw the bait out at this confe
've been colored by the nordstrom's bottom line. >> it's been done in an environment where expectations were lower going into the quarters and that's no longer the case. given the plethora of retail reports coming from walmart and nordstrom, i want to be careful of the stocks until expectations are reduced and the stocks reflect a little more weakness than they currently do. let's go to larry in massachusetts, larry? >> jim, how's the maestro of the market tonight? >> very good. how are you? >> i'm terrific. i want you to know on my daughter's wall there's a pennant from the first interleague game from the phillies and the red sox, june 15, 1997. don't ask who won, but it took ten innings. >> my friend in the rhode island gaming business was in one of those games. >> i have no doubt. >> thanks for your passion and keep coming out and making the homework clear. shout out to katie in honor of louise who convinced you to be your best you. >> that's true. thank you very much. >> you're well in. >> you often say don't buy an ipo in the after market. some of us aren't heavy hitters who can ca
can tell i've been colored by the nordstrom's bottom line. >> it's been done in an environment where expectations were lower going into the quarters and that's no longer the case. given the plethora of retail reports coming from walmart and nordstrom, i want to be careful of the stocks until expectations are reduced and the stocks reflect a little more weakness than they currently do. let's go to larry in massachusetts, larry? >> jim, how's the maestro of the market tonight? >> very good. how are you? >> i'm terrific. i want you to know on my daughter's wall there's a pennant from the first interleague game from the phillies and the red sox, june 15, 1997. don't ask who won, but it took ten innings. >> my friend in the rhode island gaming business was in one of those games. >> i have no doubt. >> thanks for your passion and keep coming out and making the homework clear. shout out to katie in honor of louise who convinced you to be your best you. >> that's true. thank you very much. >> you're well in. >> you often say don't buy an ipo in the after market. some of us aren't heavy hitte
would get out ready to start a new life, we put them in the exact same environment and they would come back to jail. witnessing that over and over i could not not do something about it. i'm teresa goines, i started the old school cafe, it gives them the skills and the opportunity to change their lives. >> everybody needs to pay attention. >> our program provides four months of hands on training. >> this is where you say excuse my reach. >> our motto is jump in and learn. if they complete that successfully they get a chance to apply for an employee position. we're excited to have you on the team and really proud of you. >> you do the hiring, you do the firing. we do reviews. you know what it means to have sense of urgency. you're a team player. >> i want them to keep rising up in leadership and management. the theme of the restaurant is '20s, '40s, harlem renaissance. i see my role as being support staff. >> all i used to make is top ramen and grilled cheese and now i'm cooking everything on the menu. >> a lot of opportunity. i know this will help me stay out of trouble. >> the core of
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want to you comment. the legitimate questions then tossed into the highly politicized environment that we live in. already you have reince priebus calling for the attorney general to step down before being reminded that he recused himself from the investigation. to the irs, you have members of the tea party and the far right saying, and glen beck leading the charge. this is what i've been telling you all along. this is what the administration is all about. they target their enemies and take out whoever they can. >> that's just bull. there's so much going on, tamron. i think when you have -- >> i don't think you can say it is bull. half of this country believes opposite of what you might believe. and they watch there. and they see it as a point of reference. i grew up in texas. everywhere you go, people, red state solid. and those folks down there and a part of our country says that the irs, the obama administration, is overreaching. when you give them something that is factual like this irs situation, it does validate their concern. whether you think so or not. >> it plays into th
abused. simply returning a child to that environment the problem continues. so while locating and recovering the child is important, it's just as important if not more to provide some kind of help to that family to deal with the conflict so that the situation doesn't continue and that the motivation for the child to disappear or leave is resolved. >> thank you so much. we appreciate your time. >> you're very welcome. thank you for your interest. >>> wolf blitzer joins me now for a preview of "the situation room." wolf? a tough day for the obama administration. >> very tough day. and i suspect with the start of the criminal inquiry, an investigation that the attorney jebl eric holder announced today, at the justice department, looking into the irs decisions to go ahead and basically target tea party groups, conservative groups with the word "patriot" or "patriots" in it is only just beginning. once these investigations begin, officials all over the government not just in the irs will be questioned by fbi agents and others who are coming in. they're going to need to hire lawyers
environment where the speaker spends his entire life on something that the president will never, ever sign but you can't move a vote on anything from gun safety to immigration? >> well, martin, that question kind of answers itself. it is a crazy place, and i understand why the american people are so frustrated. this is exactly why congressional standing is in such low regard. here we are for the 38th time going through a useless exercise, but worse, a costly exercise because it consumes time and actually money to do this for the 38th time. it's going absolutely nowhere. the other little dirty secret here no one wants to tell you is that the republican budget, martin -- >> yes. >> -- it assumes that you will have the revenue and the medicare savings -- >> of course. >> -- from obama care in order to reach balance in ten years. so later today when they all rush to vote to repeal obama care, they're vaunted balanced budget will just e vab ravapore >> of course. you will not see congressman paul ryan weeping about this. i have to ask you this, what happened to cantor coming out every week sayi
environment. fans of the exhibit agree. >> you can't tell who they are. so i think it's fine. i love that, too. it is mysterious. i love them. >> reporter: he said he got these ideas from bird watching and it is no different. he might have a hard time getting new pictures. since this exhibit opened, a lot of people around here have been keeping their curtains closed. >> i can believe it. thank you so much. what does your gut tell you? do you think the photographs in the exhibit are actually art? or do you think they are an invasion of privacy? go to facebook.com/newsnation to vote. and that is going to do it for this edition of "news nation." i'm craig melvin in for tamron hall. "the cycle" is up next. 'ppu;v?2 hey hun, remember you only need a few sheets. hmph! [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft is so soft you'll have to remind your family they can use less. ♪ charmin ultra soft is made with extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. plus you can use four times less. hope you saved some for me. mhmm! you and the kids. we all go. why not enjoy the go with charmin ultra soft. prefe
of environment why would any source worried about his or her job or his or her security talk to a reporter and worry about their exposure. >> reporters need to do their job without big brother watching over them. sources need to be able to tell a story or go behind the scenes or whistleblow without being exposed. in boston there is a race to be first and then there are mistakes made and the race to be accurate. the reporters that won the day were the ones most accurate because they have the most, pun intended, reliable sources around. so, you know, this isn't just one or two reporters, howie, they're going after. after 100 reporters in two months. that's a wide dragnet. >> it is. let's look at both sides of this. doesn't the government have a legitimate right to protect national security secrets. some people are calling this a scandal. what is the justice department did was legal. going after these phone records or other private information of journalists is supposed to be a narrowly drawn operation and news organizations are supposed to be notified so they can object but there is an excep
, they're educated in an environment where they can learn, that they're not subject to other people's vicious propensities and they can continue to grow and develop into a wonderful as i'm sure aria will do. >> my final question to you, beyond all the legal talk, you talk about how, you know, you're going to be home schooled, but this young woman, who you say attacked you what do you think should happen to her? >> i believe everyone should get their learning education, but i think that it goes to a certain content. if she started harming other people and stopping them from learning, i think she should get taken out. and, i don't know. >> you think this school she's at now, you think she does deserve a second chance or perhaps this is a third or fourth chance for her? >> she's used all her chances. >> aria and t.c., thanks to both of you and, of course, joey jackson. appreciate it. >>> now to this. sounds like a story straight from the cold war, russia claims it caught an american spy red-handed and it is expelling him now from the country. he's identified by moscow as ryan fogle, th
're in foreign environments. but talking about food, do you believe that gives you access into people that in news questions can't? >> everybody is proud of their food. there's nothing more political than who is eating, who isn't and what they're eating. also people tend to be very proud of their food. however luxurious or simple it might be, it is an expression of their it culture, their history, their -- it says something about them, what gives them pleasure, what their own emotional touch stones are. so people revealed themselves to me in extraordinary ways again and again and again during the making of this show, and it really made all the difficulties well worthwhile. >> you get dulueluged by the fo and kwi zcuisine. anything that stood out there? >> they have good italian food. >> really? >> the italians colonized libya for quite some time and there is a tradition of pasta, southern italian style ragus and pasta. their seafood is extraordinary. they're on prime real estate, very good fish dishes. and of course as with any enlightened culture, they do like barbecue. >> i think on
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